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Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 4:00am EST
quote president who revoked his passport president obama. wednesday on the hill the senate intelligence committee warned that he is a threat to this nation's security.
CBS
Jan 28, 2014 7:00am PST
quote this morning we know who will lead the nsa, surveillance program. president obama is choosing vice admiral michael rogers nominated to replace army general chiefkeith alexander. >> the change in leadership follows those new disclosure about the surveillance program.
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote of the speech as i've been reading them seem to say very little will change. barton gellman says, "obama placed restrictions on access to domestic can phone records collected by the national security agency, but the changes he announced will allow it to continue or expand the collection of personal data from billions of people around the world, americans and foreign citizens alike." that doesn't seem like a lot of privacy protection. >> well, i would disagree with mr. gellman. i think that what the president has said is that he wanted to maintain the capability of the
LINKTV
Jan 30, 2014 8:00am PST
quote obama. >> i would say 15 judges in the fisa court, to judges, one in california and one in new york, have looked at this question and a determination that the 215 program is in fact constitutional. one judge and washington, d.c. has decided it is not. i think it only deals with half of the question. i believe they are correct that it is constitutional, it is inappropriate use -- it is an appropriate use. what the president has posed to us, just because we can do something, should we do it? >> a terror suspect facing trial
CNN
Jan 24, 2014 3:30pm PST
and republicans need to get back on message. president obama's pollster joel benenson along with republican pollster kellyanne conway. the president's approval numbers are, in a word, bad, in two words, not good. here's where he rates against other presidents at this time during their presidencies. he's got bush level numbers, and we all know bush did not come back. you're the pollster, tell me what's not working with obama's messaging? >> well, first of all, i think putting it in perspective, i've heard and experienced a lot of public poll numbers that were at variance with where the president's standing was with the american people. i went through a whole election in 2011 and '12 as a pollster where people said his numbers are terrible, he can't come back -- >> so you're saying don't believe the polls? >> i've often said don't believe the polls. i've spent a lot of time talking about the poll numbers out there. when you look at the president's numbers and democratic numbers and who people think care about them and you're talking about the economy where we're still fighting back and still
CBS
Jan 29, 2014 7:00am PST
quote in their schools. >>> president obama's warning for lawmakers at the state of the union's vice president joe biden and kentucky senator rand paul are with us this morning. >>> plus, college athletes fight to unionize and see what happens when mo rocca gets turned blue. >>> and we begin with the "eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds." >> i've never seen anything like this before. >> crazy! >> a powerful winter storm paralyzes the deep south. >> a thousand accidents reported in the atlanta area alone overnight. >> it is a solid sheet of ice coming through. >> stopping highways stranding students at schools overnight, even triggering a national guard rescue. >> 1,000 flights cancelled atlanta's international airport. >> i hope to get out tonight really, or i'm going to start walking. >> president obama, a bit defiant in the state of the union address, says he's ready to act without congress. >> i'm eager to work with all of you, but america does not stand still, and neither will i. >> i get sort of a feeling that we're being given a threat or not certain it will help us get a
FOX News
Jan 27, 2014 11:00pm PST
that if she has to run on the issues in the state of texas, that's a loser for her. she supports obama care, i'm against obama care. i'm for energy production, she's for embracing the obama style epa practices in texas. so she's a dead loser on the issues that matter most to texans and so her only hope is to get caught up in all these kind of ridiculous a arguments that are taking place right now. >> it is disheartening when a race gets to that point, but anyway, attorney general nice to see you, sir. >> you too, greta, thanks. >>> joining us a panel jason riley from "the wall street journal," a. bmt stoddard. am i being too sensitive of this use of standing in so much literature or is this sort of a covert way to mock greg abbott because he's in a wheelchair? >> i wouldn't put it past some of these activists to go there. but i think it's the davis campaign that's desperate. it's interesting that they're calling abbott desperate. but if you look at the polling, in november, there was a poll that showed abbott 15 points ahead. davis got caught in a lie and it's brought her this national attenti
FOX News
Jan 28, 2014 11:00am PST
, bush, reagan, or obama? you might be surprised. >>> america's most talented kitty back. keyboard cat making a special appearance this weekend. where can you catch this cat's performance? stick around. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson, welcome to "the real story." president obama putting finish touches on his state of the union. can he like presidents before him. listen to this? >> as we gather here tonight, the state of our union is strong. >> the state of the union is strong. our economy is the healthiest it's been in three decades. >> tonight the state of our union is strong and together we will make it stronger. >> together we have cleared away the rubble of crisis. we can say with renewed confidence the state of our union is stronger. >> host of barney & company. stew, is the state of our union strong and will president obama start off the speech tonight? >> in my view, the economy, financial position of america is not strong. it is a position of weakness. number one, we've not recovered all of the jobs we lost in the great recession. we're behind where we were in 2007. debt, w
CNN
Jan 7, 2014 3:30pm PST
was somewhat candid but not the level of criticism that we are seeing fired directly at president obama and other members of the white house staff. >>> thank you very, very much. so much for bipartisanship. president obama in my view put a republican in his cabinet and the guy doesn't get out the door before he starts working on the tell all hyperemotional memoir. i want to say it is almost unheard of for a cabinet member to engage in this level of betrayal against a sitting president. and it is this kind of back stabbing in my view that makes it impossible for the two parties to work together in this town and in my view robert gates should be ashamed of himself. >> aren't you a little worried by what he wrote? >> i can't give credit or credibility to what he wrote if he felt this strongly he should have said something to the the president to his face. he runs out the door and writes a book and puts in public for money what he should have told the president to his face. >> so you write it off? >> he has no credibility in my view. >> we are going to pursue that in the next few minutes. l
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm PST
on to make sure the sinners would never be forgotten, and questions on whether they endorsed barack obama, or had represented them on a political post or written for a recommendation to an elite school. each democratic member of congress was assigned a grade from one to seven with the most helpful earning a one, the most treacherous drawing sevens, now, the set of sevens includes jay rockefeller, patrick leahy, and we want to know what you think about this. share your thoughts on facebook, use the hash tag hannity, my address if you want to join us. first, radio talk show host, wpht, 12:10, how are you, dick? >> well, if it is one to seven, i'm very proud to be a ten. >> i think you're closer to a thousand, you have a whole category unto yourself. this describes the clinton issues that you have talked about, wrote about, the secret police, right? >> we've said there is a trend to hillary clinton. a nixonian keeping score, being on top of an enemy's list. two incidents come to mind. one is that she set up this bimbo list on the campaign, betsy wright, to develop blackmail material so they
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2014 8:00pm EST
, join -- cathy mcmorris rodgers and through the night, join the >> good evening. tonight president obama will fulfill one of his obligations as outlined in article two comments section three. the president gives to congress the state of the union. the white house has been working on and has gone through a number of drafts, including last-minute edits. there told his remarks before the joint session of congress will last about an hour. the theme is "opportunities for all." he will travel a short 16 blocks to capitol hill. , wescene inside the capital will set the stage as members of congress, the president's cabinet, and justices gather. of course, we want to hear from you as part of our state of the unit coverage with your calls, comments, and tweets. >what issues do want the president and congress to address this year? we have john lovett. he was a former speech writer for president barack obama. thank you for being with us. >> good to be here good as you put together -- good to be here. t> as you put together -- put i in the president's voice. when ie was a meeting was there with the c
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2014 10:00pm EST
: president obama plays solitaire with the race card. president obama blamed his sagging approval numbers on racial tensions not his scandal-marred administration or the failure of his signature healthcare law the first bla president of the united states, chose to make h remarks on martin luther king day. i am lou dobbs. >> good evening president obama's approval rating is at 40% today, just 2 points above his all-time low i gallup daily tracking poll according to a de ranges interview with new yorker magazine, president obama believes that racism is partly to blame for his low job approval numbers and his high disapproval numbers, not bengha, or the irs targeting of conservatives, operation "fast and furious," department of justice surveillance of reporters or the jobless economic recovery. when asked about his decline in the pol, president sai quote, there is no doubt that some folks who just really dislike me because they don't like the idea of a black president. there is a historic connection between some of the argument that we have politically and the history of race in our country,
LINKTV
Jan 29, 2014 5:30am PST
.s. president barack obama tells congress he is willing to go it alone in his annual state of the union address. he says he is willing to use executive orders to get past partisan gridlock blocking legislation on capitol hill. the government in ukraine could decide to grant amnesty to jail activists. pressure from the opposition has led to the resignation of the prime minister. for the protesters, that is not enough. the un security council hands european trips the right to use force in central african republic. the u.n. says 10,000 troops are needed to store order to end the deadly chaos in the country. also coming up, french footballer is leaving newcastle united. all the details on the 24 million-euro deal coming up and sports. china takes over france is the home of the most red wine drinkers in the world. it is as much about the color as the taste. head to the united states, where president barack obama delivered his annual state of the union address. speaking tuesday in washington, he put congress on notice that he is willing to go it alone. the president has made no bones about his frustr
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 3:00am PST
quote soon. they make sense under obama care. >> we had the biggest obesity epidemic as a result of the food pyramid that they were totally inaccurate about. do you trust your federal government to tell what you to eat? let us know,
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
. just a short while ago, president obama gave his first remarks on the new book out tomorrow by former defense secretary robert gates. we're going to play that for you in a moment. first, gates gave his first fev interviews on the controversial memoir today. one of the things he wrote about was the president's commitment to the afghan war. he had a chance to elaborate on that. >> it's one thing to tell the truths that you support them. it's another to work it, making them believe that you believe as president that their sacrifice is worth it, that the cause is just. president bush did that with the troops. when i was secretary. i did not see president obama do that. >> and president obama had a chance to respond to some of the comments in the book. >> secretary gates did an outstanding job for me as secretary of defense. as he notes, he and i and the rest of my national security team came up with a strategy for afghanistan that was the right strategy, and we are continuing to execute it. and i think that what's important is that we got the policy right. whenever you've got men and wome
FOX News
Jan 18, 2014 11:00am PST
>>> this week on "the journal editorial report," president obama moves to limit the nsa's surveillance powers. way is proposing put america at risk? >>> health care enrollment numbers may send the administration scrambling to attract younger enrollees. >>> tehran claims the pact is to surrender. >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. president obama laid out his plan to curb the national security agency's once secret surveillance programs on friday, setting limits on the collection of foreign intelligence, appointing a public advocate for the fisa cord and making major changes to the controversial collection of bulk telephone records. the speech comes after a months-long review of the agency's sbeintelligence's gathering. joining the panel this week, dan hen henigor, joe ranger and matt kaminsky. >> he's gone very far unilaterally disarming the u.s. on surveillance. basically, since the edward snowden revelations six months ago, he tried to straddle both lines saying i want to satisfy the privacy concerns but keep our national security. i think th
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
are looking ahead to 2014 and the challenges face it is obama administration at home and abroad. we start on the home front where the president no doubt is happy to put 2013 behind him. can the white house move past their obamacare woes? push forward with what's shaping up to be a populist agenda. let's ask dan hager. assistant editorial page editor james freeman. dan, the president has has a comeback strategy, i suspect. what sit? what are the prospects? >> i think it is going to be difficult for the president himself to come back, paul. i think that the -- damage that was done to his credibility with obama kir is pretty significant. you know, saying you can keep your doctor or your health care plan which wasn't true and when the public withdraws its belief in the president, he has a problem. nonetheless, they have a big election contest in november of 2014. i think that a lot of the effort is going to go into -- to the republicans trying to suppress republican turnout and make the republicans look like something you don't want to vote for. >> financing tea party challengers. >> they don
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 3:45pm EST
have been restored with the re-election of president obama last year. and here's why. because that election, between mitt romney and barack obama presented two very distinct and clear paths, down which americans could choose to go. the path of the republicans and the tea party extremists who really thought the solution to our nation's budgetary problems was, cutting taxes for the wealthy, and cutting spending. and we watched that movie before and we saw the ending and didn't like it. and barack obama and democrats in congresses past, take a balanced approach to deficit reduction. make some difficult choices in spending reductions but don't cut the heart out of our future likesp education and health care research that really would make us less competitive and also make sure that you ask people who can afford to pay a little bit more by closing tax look holes that people really have no benefit problem. ending tax cuts which we did in january with when we allowed people who make less than $450,000 ah year for their tax cuts to continue who made more for those tax cuts to expire.
FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 8:00am PST
. >>> michelle obama turns 50. and the pundits get out the party hats and celebrate. have they gotten carried away? i'm howard kurtz and this is media buzz. >>> it started with that george washington bridge scandal, of course, but now almost everything about chris chris tie and his administration is under journalistic investigation. msnbc has been leading the charge with rachel mad ydow leading with the story almost every single night. >> the most important thing knew about chris christie before today was this e-mail, today new jersey governor chris christie and the politically motivated shutdown of lanes on the george washington bridge turn a took into jersey city. the reason this photo is particularly awkward is because the guy he is interacting with in this photo, the guy in the dark shirt and the white shirt and the red tie is david loustein. say you are in new jersey and for some reason you want to go to new york -- >> but new allegations by the hobokin mayor have breathed new life into the story. joining us now, lauren ashburn, jonah goldberg, and john aravocis, the founder and editor o
FOX Business
Jan 30, 2014 7:00pm EST
of political rhetoric and awkward presidential tickets. president obama said more government programs are the answer to job creation. and house speaker john boehner said the republican party is no longer simply the opposition party. former arkansas governor and huckabee host mike huckabee joins us in just moments. he will have his thoughts and reactions to all of that. and tonight, the economy close up with one of its best a decade. wall street celebrating with a triple digit rally today. "lou dobbs tonight" starts right now. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. president obama back on the campaign trail to push his state of the union message, his so-called year of action. today beginning with the signing of an executive order to expand federal job training programs. president obama himself admitted his proposal lacks anything that could be described as a new idea. president obama: so what we're going to do is review all of the federal job training programs and we're going to be supporting local ones. let's find what programs are working best and let stickel due them and expand them. lou
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 5:00pm EST
. president obama announced new guidelines for government surveillance activities. this follows months of revelations that the nsa spied on world leaders and routinely collected data on millions of people. the u.n. says four employees are missing after a deadline attack on a restaurant in the afghan capital, kabul. authorities say 16 people were killed. the taliban has issued a statement claiming responsibility for the attack, a document obtained by the associated press shows that in just two years, pope benedict xvi, defract nearly 400 children -- defrocked nearly 40 people on how they are handling sexual abuse. >> the company blamed for tainting the water supply for hundreds of thousands of vest virginiaages. freedom industries faces several investigations after last week's chemical spill near charleston. water restrictions put into place have been lifted for most residents. fire fighters say they have stopped the spread after 1700 acre wildfire near los angeles. severely dry weather helped it grow quickly and the governor declared a drought emergency. "inside story" is up next. >> s
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 3:00pm PST
the tell-all book by former defense secretary robert gates that's putting the obama administration on defense. >> i can just tell you what the facts are. you can decide for yourself what you want to believe. >> our sunday panel tackles all that, plus their thoughts on the legacy of former israeli prime minister ariel sharon. we'll have a live report from jerusalem. >>> then, 50 years after president lyndon johnson declared a war on poverty, both parties are refocusing their sights on inequality. >> we've got to make sure this recovery, which is real, leaves nobody behind. >> the current government programs that are designed to address poverty, they do not help people emerge from it. they do not help people rise above it. >> we'll examine competing visions with republican congressman steve southerland of florida and chris van holland of maryland. >>> al qaeda's reemergence in the middle east leads to criticism of president obama's handling of the war in iraq. we'll discuss the state of the region with senators state inhoff and ben cardin. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> hello
FOX News
Jan 19, 2014 12:00pm PST
. president obama moves to limit the nsa's surveillance powers. what he is proposing, will it put america at risk? and newly released enrollment numbers raises concerns over just who is signing up. and it will send the administration to attract younger. and as the west gets set, the iran nuclear record, will it be the window of opportunity that president obama hopes it will be? >> welcome to the -- to "the journal editorial report." president obama laid out his plan to secure the once secret surveillance programs on friday setting limits on the collection of foreign intelligence and appointing a public advocate and making major changes to the agency's controversial collection of bulk telephone records. the president's speech is after a month-long review of the intelligence-gathering practices prompted by last year's leak of classified documents by former nsa analyst, edward snowden. june -- joining the poll will you please. matt, what do you make of the proposals the president is making here? >> i think he has gone very far toward unilaterally risarming the u.s. on surveillance. >> really
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 6:30am EST
of marijuana. on the federal level, the obama administration's official position vis-a-vis quote unquote renegade states is not interference. is the era of pot prohibition coming to an end or are colorado and washington on a collision course with the federal government. >> i think it is to a degree coming to an end. which means there will be more pot heads and more high school dropouts and more automobile accidents involving marijuana but there's no doubt there'this deeply libertarian trend. on the left it favors same-sex marriage, gambling, even prostitution legalization of all of these things which used to be considered vices and because of the revenue involved and the beliefs that individuals should have autonomy and on the right there's a libertarianism where everybody has to have his ar-15 rifle and its 30 round clip. this is the sentiment in the country, i think, sort of a decline of community and the rise of the idea of the autonomists and privileged self, and this is a trend and it's going to continue. >> eleanor. >> well, i think it's a state's rights, the voice of a people whic
FOX Business
Jan 10, 2014 10:00pm EST
investigator only talk to a handful of conservative groups of course, obama promised to investigate the scandal eight mooths ago this comes one day after after their release and the justice department investigation the is $6,000 to the obama campaign and democratic party. we're alerting details of the retribution scandal of the 2016 candidate chris christie. investigating them massive traffic jam today releasing more than 1,000 pages of documents linked to the shutdown. of on the revelation is one of his appointees was directly told of the first-aid the backups were causing problems for police and paramedics but it continued for days. they also realized early on there would be polital fallout. when transportation official left the job last month. fording he mails to his personal e-mail. one day after chris christie apologize for the traffic jam organized by his aide and fired two of his closest advisers. the justice department say they will look to see if they violated federal law a and legislators said they will continue to issue subpoenas on the matter. much more ahead. the market seems to sh
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm PST
obama or stayed on the fence after bill and hillary had raised money for them or appointed them to a political post or written an application to ice. each member of congress was assigned a numerical grade from one to seven with the most helpful earning a one and the most treacherous drawing sevens. now the set of sevens included kerry, rockefeller, leahy as well as chris van holland and baron hill and ron andrews. and it's time to trend at 10. >>> first we check in with former clinton adviser, on wpht, how are you? >> from one to ten on an enemy's list, went to seven, i'm very proud to be a ten. >> i think you're closer to 10,000. you have a whole category unto yourself at this point. this describes the clintons that you have talked about and wrote about for years, the secret police and whatnot. >> eileen and i have always said that there is a trend to hillary clinton, there is a keeping score score, being on top of an enemies list. one is she's set up this bimbo list. and develop blackmail material on them so they could be cowed into silence. the other is a story that stands ou
FOX News
Jan 17, 2014 3:00pm PST
. >>> president obama and the nsa. trying to strike a balance between privacy, security, and politics. this is "special report." >>> good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama is trying to thread the needle tonight between civil libertarians at home and his counterparts around the world who want less government surveillance and the reality of living in a dangerous world. today, he unveiled a compromise which like so many others, satisfies few and leaves many complaining. chief white house correspondent ed henry has tonight's top story. >> it is not enough for leaders to say trust us. we won't abuse the data we collect. >> this was less about major change and more about president obama trying to reassure a public battered by a series of revelations. the speech delivered with the classic marks of the obama leadership style. stress he's heard all sides of the debate before deciding he's not really to decide. >> those who are troubled by our existing programs are not interested in repeating the tragedy of 9/11, and those who defend the programs are not dismissive of civil liberties. th
FOX News
Jan 9, 2014 1:00am PST
, and this is "the five." five years ago, in an address to west point cadets, president obama made this major announcement. >> as commander in chief, i have determined it's in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 u.s. troops to afghanistan. i do not make this decision lightly. i make this decision because i am convinced that our security is at stake in afghanistan and pakistan. >> and now the man who helped him execute the afghan surge is publicly questioning the president's commitment to that decision. in a new book, robert gates recalled a meeting he attended month later at the white house. he said, quote, as i sat there, i thought the president doesn't trust his commander, can't stand karzai, doesn't believe in his own strategy and doesn't consider the war to be his. for him, it's all about getting out. here's charles krauthammer's reaction to that statement. >> think about this. you're the secretary of defense. he's the president, he's sending 30,000 more troops into battle, and three months later, secretary of defense realizes that obama doesn't believe in the surge o
CNN
Jan 28, 2014 4:00pm PST
to be a year of action. >> tonight is, barack obama faces the american people with the next two elections on his mind. >> my main message today is we're not going back. >> he's vowing to move forward on his own and side step republicans who stand in his way. >> it's time for the president to admit his policies are not working. >> after a year of showdowns and the obamacare backlash, an can america's leader get out of his second term rut. >> i am not a perfect man and i will not be a perfect president. >> this is cnn's coverage of the state of the union address. the republican response. and the issue shaping the battle for congress. his vision. their challenge. your future. the 2014 campaign is under way right now. >> we can say with renewed confidence that the state of our union is strong. >> inside the white house right now, last minute tweaks, last minute tension. president obama is getting ready to head to the u.s. capitol to address the nation at a challenging moment in his presidency. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer in washin
FOX News
Jan 11, 2014 1:00am PST
president obama's apologized for is that people were dumb enough to believe him about obama care. and what if hiding disasters like obama care, benghazi, the doj, irs could save an election. the white house is better at covering up stuff than mabelene. obama has given us more fluff than a blooper reel, coddled more than the royal baby. obama never has to face his mission stakes, can which is why he makes so many. it's no mistake that they pivot to christie. another win for o who may never apologize. why should he? you want sorry? the sorriest people ever are the people who voted for him twice. >> how could you have come up with a bigger opening? that was unbelievable. >> i took a christie scandal and i turned it into an obama -- >> that was -- why didn't you put reverend wright on there. >> you should have. >> i didn't have time. >> i could have had bill ayers. it's too soft. >> hawaii. >> the cocaine. >> how about that plane that they sent over new york? >> wait a second. by the way, what did he close? obama closed the d.c. monument, he closed the national park. he didn't just close the t
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 3:28pm PST
why this crazy masquerade? in the end they're just hoping you're going to blame obama for everything and give the republicans more power. now that's what i call some great acting. >> you know, van, in order to believe anything you just said, you have to act as if president obama wasn't president for the last five years. so in the spirit of you mentioning the golden globe, i would say that's american hustle. >> oh, we came to play! well in the "crossfire" tonight, democratic senator ben carton. since you're the guest host i'll let you go first. >> senator, aren't we getting mixed messages from the democrats? on the one hand we say the economy is coming back, the white house when the jobs numbers came in last week, touting all these good numbers. then on the other hand you say we have to spend a lot of money on unemployment benefits. which is it? >> we've made progress. we've created 2 million jobs in 2013 over the last four years, 8 million jobs have been created. we're moving in the right direction, but we have to do a lot more. people can still not find employment. we need to create
FOX Business
Jan 5, 2014 9:30am EST
's the dirty little secret controversial filmmaker michael moore saying obama care is awful and insisting america needs a single payer system instead. was this the democrats' plan all along? ringing in 2014 with 40,000 new laws? here's one. americans getting flicked off in one state it's a felony to flick your cigarette butt but flick off big government it doesn't end there. we'll all be paying the price. and then back to what jonathan -- break out the popcorn we put together some great clips. we take a look back and relive the funniest moments of the past year and oh, boy, you're going to enjoy this. "cashin' in," kicking off the new year starts right now. snoets sfloets. >> hi, everyone, i'm eric bolling. our crew wayne, jonathan, and welcome everybody. liberal like michael moore admitting the truth that obama care is awful and can't be fixed. that's not us saying it. it's him. moore saying the president knew in his heart that a single payer system was the true way to go. and now it's up to liberals to maket happen. michele, you know in your heart universal care is the way to go? >> it'
FOX News
Jan 28, 2014 10:00am PST
obama hours away from addressing millions of americans, but are the american people even listening. welcome to hq, i am bill hemmer. >> great to see you, bill. i am alisyn camerota. the president is laying out a year of action. a new poll suggest that most americans 63 percent have no confidence that the president will make the right decision. juan williams is a news analyst. given the confidence does it matter what he said. >> he will try to make the case of being the president and capable of leadership and reasserting himself and commanding leadership and trying to say to them that he's worthy of their trust. he has to regain their trust. >> tonight, the president has to punch hard. what does that look like? >> he will not say i am frustrated and don't know what to do with a difficult congress. he has to attack responsibility and say i have an agenda and this is what i want to do and here's where the american people back me. on that front he will talk about minimum wage. we heard today he wants to impose a minimum wage increase for federal contract employees. most americans suppo
Comedy Central
Jan 20, 2014 9:30am PST
. (laughter) speaking of waterless mountain regions, afghanistan. (laughter) in the last week the obama has been rocked by defense secretary robert gates's explosive new memoir available where of course they are free. now the book, the book takes dead aim, the book takes dead aim at the president's handling of the afghan war. according to his own defense secretary, quote, president obama was skeptical, if not outright convinced at his own strategy in afghanistan would fail. >> folksing i got to say it's shocking to hear that obama has a strategy in afghanistan. sure seems like he's free balling it. but folks, i'm going to make some headlines right now. i want to defend the president's policy in afghanistan by saying it's not nearly as bad as his policy in iraq because while obama twid els his thumb iraq is fall approximating into a state of crippling violence that can only be described as a rock, jim. >> al qaeda extremists making serious gains in iraq's anbar province where hundreds of american troops were killed or wounded fighting jihadies in the last decade. two cities in particular, fa
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 7:00am PST
"duty," gates goes into pretty full dation about members of the obama administration. he claims they slammed former president george wish and disrespected military leaders. elizabeth prann has more. >> good morning. he painted president obama as insecure and dubious of top leaders of armed forces. gates also acknowledged his conflicts with vice president joe biden. he writes in his book, quote, he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades. looking back he also acknowledged the time he felt concerned when secretary of state hillary clinton made a troop surge decision. gates compared the two presidents he worked for, president george bush and president obama. he said it was president obama who was missing conviction during the war in afghanistan. >> it's one thing to tell the troops that you support them. it's another to work at making them believe that you believe as president that their sacrifice is worth it, that the cause is just, that what they are doing is important for the country, and that they must succeed.
FOX News
Jan 2, 2014 10:00am PST
for obama care, while the administration is trum petting a surge in enrollment and much improved website, the law e mains controversial with the americans and could weigh heavily. and so moving forward, what is the plan for the white house? >> david, good to see you. >> happy new year. and before we move on to november, start today. if you were starting a new business much like the white house is doing. whitehouse.goff. and so i ask you, is the white house lowering expectations? or is this expected strategy on the first day of business? >> i don't know if they are lowering expectations so much as hoping once they move past one of the main issues of the website which they believe they have done largely that people will focus on the benefits and the man dated services and bolster coverage levels. i think it is possible as we move in the months a head in 2014. people like the law and working well for them. and the problem for the white house, they start in a sense from a negative territory. people didn't like the law kwh when it was debated or passed and they didn't like the law when it was
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